A vegetable which is very popular in European countries and is known as the most expensive vegetable in the world.
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If you go to the market to buy vegetables, then you buy expensive vegetables up to Rs.100 or Rs.200 per kg. If there is any vegetable which is more expensive then we do not even look at that vegetable. Expensive vegetables like mushrooms are our destination. But there is such a vegetable in the world, hearing the price of which the ground will slip under your feet. A vegetable which is very popular in European countries and known as the most expensive vegetable in the world is called ‘Hopshoots’. This vegetable is so expensive because these hopshoots are full of medicinal properties.
The cost of this expensive vegetable is around 85 thousand rupees per kg and this vegetable is not generally cultivated in India. According to several media reports, it was first cultivated in the fields of Himachal Pradesh.
According to one report, hop shoots are back-breaking to harvest and this is the only reason why hop shoots are so expensive.
The price of hop shoots varies according to their quality. Apart from being expensive, this vegetable is not easily available in any market.
The world’s most expensive vegetable hop-shoot is so expensive that one can buy a bike or gold jewelry for the same price.
The scientific name of this expensive vegetable is Humulus lupulus and it is a perennial climbing plant.
Natives of Europe and North America began to cultivate the world’s most expensive vegetable. The plant can grow up to 6 m (19 ft 8 in) tall at a moderate pace and can live for about 20 years.
According to a report in the Guardian, it takes three years for hop shoots to be ready for harvest. Harvesting this plant requires a lot of physical effort, as great care must be taken when cutting off the small green ends of the plant.
According to medical studies, it has been suggested that this vegetable can produce antibodies against tuberculosis and can help people suffering from anxiety, insomnia (insomnia), restlessness, tension, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), nervousness and irritability. can help.
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